Archiv der Kategorie: Workshops

5th Austrian Early Scholars Workshop in Management

The workshop is an opportunity for advanced PhD students and academics in early career stages to present and discuss their research with colleagues and professors from international and Austrian universities. In addition to facilitating intellectual exchange, this workshop aims to develop a global network of early career scholars interested in institutional, organizational and behavioral perspectives within management and organizational studies. The workshop conveners are: Robert M. Bauer (JKU) and Giuseppe Delmestri (WU Vienna).

Deadline for application: 01.03.2017

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CfP: 9th Workshop on Labour Economics at Trier University

The IAAEU and the Chair of Personnel Economics at Trier University are pleased to announce the 9th Workshop on Economics. The workshop aims to facilitate the networking of young scientists and to promote the exchange of research ideas and results across a range of fields, including labour economics, health economics, education economics, demography and migration. Both theoretical and empirically oriented contributions are highly welcome. We particularly encourage PhD students to submit their research.

Deadline for the submission of abstracts: 29.01.2017

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CfP: Herbstworkshop 2017 der Wissenschaftlichen Kommission Personalwesen an der Universität Paderborn

Die Universität Paderborn lädt zur Einreichung von Aufsätzen und Projektzusammenfassungen für den kommenden Herbstworkshop der Kommission Personalwesen ein. Eine Vielfalt an Themen, Theorien und Methoden ist erwünscht. Neben Forschungsergebnissen können auch Projekte in einem frühen Stadium und Aufsätze im Entwicklungsprozess präsentiert werden. Dafür haben wir die folgenden Kategorien vorgesehen:

1. Klassischer Vortrag mit ausführlicher Diskussion
2. Kurzpräsentation mit prägnanter Diskussion

Frist: 02.05.2017

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10th International Research Workshop „Methods for PhD“

Empirical research is seeking through methodological processes to discover, hopefully, nontrivial facts and insights. Beside choosing a topic and grounding an idea in theory, empirical research consists of gathering and analysing data as well as presenting results in scientific contexts. Our workshop (September 25-30, 2016) tackles these steps of your research project:

  • Gathering data via (un)structured interviews or surveys and
  • using the computer for qualitative and quantitative data analysis.

The regular workshop fee is 449 Euro. It covers the participation in three courses, meals and accommodation. The workshop fee is 289 Euro without accommodation (only meals are included). It is possible to get a certificate on 5 credit points (according to the European Credit Transfer System). Please note that the number of participants is limited to 20 persons per course!

The following courses will be offered:

Parallel morning session 1 (26-28 September 2016):

  • Data Analysis with R
  • Data Analysis with Stata
  • Grounded Theory
  • Qualitative Interviewing
  • Developing Theoretical Contributions

Parallel afternoon session 2 (26-28 September 2016):

  • Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA)
  • Case Study Research
  • Introduction to the German Socio-Economic Panel Study (SOEP) and Applied Survival Analysis
  • Analyzing Panel and Spatial Data
  • Questionnaire Design

Parallel session at the SDU (30 September 2016):

  • Academic English Writing
  • Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) Modelling and Its Applications to Policy Impact Analysis
  • Introduction to Social Network Analysis
  • Reproducible Research with R and RStudio
  • Analysis of Qualitative Data and Exploratory Statistics

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Call for Papers: Workshop on Exploring the Dynamics of Organizational Working Time Regimes

This international research workshop invites empirical and conceptual papers that examine and theorize organizational regimes of excessive working hours, their emergence, evolution, persistence, consequences for employee well-being and work-life balance.

The purpose of the workshop is to extend the mentioned lines of inquiry by explicitly examining the organizational, occupational, technological and institutional drivers underlying regimes of excessive working hours in an effort to deepen our knowledge of how to change them. We particularly invite empirical studies and other approaches that look at the emergence, evolution and change of organizational working time regimes.

Institution: University of Graz

Organizers: Renate Ortlieb (University of Graz), Georg Schreyögg (Freie Universität Berlin), Sara Louise Muhr (Copenhagen Business School) and Blagoy Blagoev (Freie Universität Berlin).

Deadline for abstracts: 30.10.2016

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Call for Participation: Developmental Work Group at EURAM 2016

We would like to invite you to participate in the Developmental Work Group “Democratizing Learning and Development through Art-Based Mediation and Playful Modeling” which we organize for the EURAM 2016 conference which will be held in Paris from June 1-4. The Developmental Work Groups will take place in advance of the conference on May 31. With the DWG we intend to provide a discursive frame where participants can bring in, experience, reflect and discuss art-based mediation and playful modeling in interactive round table sessions.

We will contribute to the question of future learning and development in professional and university contexts using art-based mediation and playful modeling, which contribute to management research and practices on „social innovation/entrepreneurship“, „ethical leadership“, „social responsibility and governance“ etc.

Organizers: Kamel Mnisri (ICN Business School Nancy), France Klaus-Peter Schulz (ICN Business School Nancy), France Silke Geithner (Dresden University of Technology) and Takaya Kawamura (Osaka City University).

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Call for Papers: Workshop „Frauen in Leitungs- und Kontrollgremien“

In den meisten Leitungs- und Kontrollgremien sind Frauen deutlich unterrepräsentiert. Im Rahmen eines Workshops am 20. Oktober 2016 an der Universität Tübingen sollen unterschiedliche Fragen aus dem weiten Kontext „Frauen in Leitungs- und Kontrollgremien“ diskutiert werden. Erwünscht sind wissenschaftliche Beiträge, welche sich theoretisch und/oder empirisch mit den unten stehenden Beispielfragen befassen. Interessenten, die ihre einschlägigen aktuellen Forschungsarbeiten im Rahmen des Workshops präsentieren möchten, werden gebeten, ein Extended Abstract einzureichen.

Institution: Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen

Mögliche Fragestellungen:

  • Was sind Determinanten der Repräsentanz von Frauen in Leitungs- und Kontrollgremien?
  • Wie gewinnt man Frauen für eine Mitarbeit in Leitungs- und Kontrollgremien?
  • Was weiß man über die Zusammenarbeit von Frauen und Männern in Leitungs- und Kontrollgremien?
  • Was sind Effekte einer (vermehrten) Repräsentanz von Frauen in Leitungs- und Kontrollgremien?
  • Gibt es Unterschiede im Hinblick auf monistische vs. dualistische Board-Systeme?
  • Wie wirkt geschlechtliche Diversität in mitbestimmten Kontrollgremien?

Deadline für Abstracts: 01.06.2016

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2nd Aachen International Summer School in Research Methods

Seven intensive, one-week courses will be offered during the period from 18 July to 30 September 2016. All courses will be highly interactive, method-, and application-oriented. They will be delivered by outstanding instructors from PennState, the University of Chile, the University of Vienna, the University of Leeds, and RWTH Aachen University. These courses have been designed to equip you with insights into state-of-the-art research methods and supporting software packages. You will also have the opportunity to apply these insights in order to solve hands-on research problems and to discuss your findings with your peers. What better way to prepare for your empirical master thesis, PhD project or journal publication?

Preliminary course list:

  • Qualitative Research Methods and Grounded Theory
  • Introduction to the Publication Process in Peer-Reviewed Journals
  • Applied Advanced Econometrics I
  • Philosophy of Science
  • Applied Social Network Analysis using Advanced Data Mining
  • Applied Advanced Econometrics II
  • Introduction to Measurement Theory and Structure Equation Modeling

Institution: RWTH Aachen University – School of Business and Economics

Lecturers: Almut Balleer (RWTH), Timothy Devinney (University of Leeds), Christian Hopp (RWTH), Glen Kreiner (Penn State), Peter Letmathe (RWTH), Petra Riefler (University of Vienna) and Richard Weber (Universidad de Chile)

Registration deadline: 01.05.2016

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Call for Submissions: 2nd Workshop on Leadership, Diversity and Inclusion

To follow up on the successful Workshop on Leadership, Diversity, and Inclusion held at CBS in December 2014, CBS Public-Private Platform research cluster on Diversity & Difference invites you to the 2nd Workshop to be held at CBS in May 2016. This time the focus will be on inclusive leadership. The notion behind the 2nd Workshop on Leadership, Diversity and Inclusion is to theoretically and empirically explore the meanings and implications of adopting an ontology of inclusion. Is inclusion just a new way to manage diversity or does it actually leave the inhuman notions of diversity behind in search of possible pathways towards more open and equal organizations? Can inclusion change practice? May inclusive leadership provide new opportunities not only for acceptance of the other, but also for rethinking and reshaping organizations in the image of the other?

Institution: Copenhagen Business School

Keynote speakers: Yvonne Benchop, Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University and Scott Taylor, University of Birmingham

Deadline for abstracts: 15.03.2016

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